Biblio Heritage of sport2016 COVER

As the 2016 theme for the ICOMOS International Day on Monuments and Sites celebrated on 18 April is: The Heritage of Sport, ICOMOS Documentation centre edited this special bibliography. It refers to documents and materials available at ICOMOS Documentation Centre. It does not intend to be a comprehensive list of scientific literature on the heritage of sport. Any reference can be consulted or scanned, subject to the limits of copyright legislation. 

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COUV Bibliography Industrial Heritage June 2015 Page 001

This bibliography refers to documents and materials available at ICOMOS Documentation Centre. It does not intend to be a comprehensive list of scientific literature on industrial and technical heritage. Any reference can be consulted or scanned, subject to the limits of copyright legislation. 

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Final Couv Biblio Stone Heritage 2015This bibliography refers to documents and materials available at ICOMOS Documentation Centre. It does not intend to be a comprehensive list of scientific literature on stone heritage. Any reference can be consulted or scanned, subject to the limits of copyright legislation. 

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Bibliography-Cultural-routes_ICOMOS_Heritage_Conservation_Couv2012-copyCultural routes: conservation and management issues
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Biblio Religions 2014-COUVThis bibliography refers to documents and materials available at ICOMOS Documentation Centre. It does
not intend to be a comprehensive list of scientific literature on religions cultural heritage. Any reference can be
consulted or scanned, subject to the limits of copyright legislation. 

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biblio historic gardens couvThese bibliographies provide you with references of documents available in the Centre and are structured thematically.

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